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Pardons for Canada – US a Challenge for Canadians with Criminal Records

Article by David Andrews

Canadian travelers are facing ever-increasing levels of airport scrutiny. The majority of people travelling to the U.S. have experienced the unnerving sound made by a metal detector that has sensed questionable objects in their pockets. As well, passengers are customarily asked to slip off shoes and jackets or sweaters, remove watches and hats, and take their belts from their trousers.

Security and safety vs. freedom and privacy: technology is becoming more intrusive as potential threats increase. Passengers must now remove thermoses and similarly insulated beverage containers from carry-ons and place them in a bin for inspection.Travelers with orthopedic implants are being subjected to increased – and humiliating – scrutiny, and proposals to expand use of low-level x-rays for full-body scans are now pending. Furthermore, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) rules require full inseam “pat-downs” in cases where travelers decline to submit to electronic body scans.

Increased scrutiny and delays at the border are challenging aspects affecting Canada-U.S. trade as its importance has increased for every Canadian province and nearly every industry. This importance has not gone unnoticed by the press. But also of significance, yet not so sensational media wise, is the effect that this increased scrutiny and delays has on Canadians with criminal records. People with criminal records are usually not allowed to enter the United States. Even for those who have a decades-old record for seemingly minor offences, such as shoplifting or possession of a controlled substance, the U.S. will exercise any of several acts: arresting, detaining, and deporting people who enter, and or confiscating their property or vehicle.At the border, a person with a criminal record will be detained and processed as well as fingerprinted.

Happily, Canadians can apply for a Canada pardon, which will remove criminal records, allowing them to more successfully apply for employment to volunteer, and to gain peace of mind. And should they wish to travel to the U.S., they can apply for a waiver, a document from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. This waiver will allow them to enter the United States legally. These solutions are available at Pardons Canada, the first and most trusted pardon company in Canada. PSC has a success rate of over 99 percent. Client Specialists at PSC will assist with such processes as removing your record and entering the USA.

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As mentioned in the article, Canadians can apply for a Canada pardon. Pardons Canada, is the first and most trusted pardon company in Canada.

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